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at 6:00 right now on news 4 today a man found dead this morning. what investigators are three days to go, the push for battleground states at the last minute. plus, keeping students safe after several recent incidents of violence, there's a no procedure in prince george's school. we'll tell you why it requires your input. >> welcome in to news 4 today. the leaves have changed.
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layers this morning. it felt chilly as we were coming in this morning. let's head over to tom who has a look at the forecast for the rest of the day. >> good morning. we are off to a cold start. we do have new peek autumn color this weekend. it's going to be gorgeous to get out, but it is a cold start. we have a frost advisory until 10:00 that includes prince williams counties county this will be with us this morning. temperatures right now, down to 30 degrees, culpepper at 32, fredericksburg at 37. reagan international at 47. we'll have this cool pattern for the next several days. i'll look at your exclusive
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now we want to go to a developing store. the search continues for a suspect after a deadly stabbing friday evening. they found a second man who was stabbed to death lying face down in a nearby creek. neighbors say lately they've been worried about their safety. >> when we are playing outside, you can feel the smell, lots of beer cans around the property. we don't feel safe here. >> while police also told news 4 this could be a gang related issue. three days to go and it is all about the battleground states this weekend. donald trump is going to zip across the country. he's going to start his day in tampa before heading to north carolina. tonight he'll make stops in nevada and colorado.
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lauderdale and tonight she'll share the stage with katy perry in philadelphia. virginia is getting attention. pence will be at george mason university. he's set to speak there at 8:00. if you plan to vote early today is your last chance to cast an in-person the board expects a heavy turnout today. dumpdonald trump and hillary clinton are each trying to make their case to the voters. beyonce, the queen bee offered her voice to hillary clinton at a convert in ohio. >> we have the opportunity to create more change.
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seeing a woman lead our country. >> reporter: beyonce's husband and other big name performers are trying to help clinton for next tuesday. >> when i see them here, this passion and energy and intensity i don't know even where to begin, because this is what america is, my friends. >> reporter: in pennsylvania a key prize on rocked a packed house in hershey. >> i'm here by myself. >> reporter: trump was joined onstage by parents whose son was killed in a motorcycle accident. >> we'll dedicate this evening to riley. >> reporter: in a race that has gotten ugly and shows no signs
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day. nbc news washington. you're going to have to wait until tuesday if you want to vote in d.c. early voting ended yesterday. there was a three-hour wait at one point. check out that line stretched down the block to get inside to the polls. >> it's crazy. i was coming down here and i was saying oh my god i never seen it like that. >> we started outside in the daylight >> i believe the line is going to be longer on tuesday. >> d.c. voters choosing the next president and three council seats up for grabs and a referendum on statehood as well. this morning parents in
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invited to a community summit on school safety and accountability. attendees can give input on the student action safety program. free breakfast and child care will be provided this morning. more now on an investigation at prince george's hospital center. the center for disease control are trying to find the source of a potentially deadly bacteria there. two babies tested positive disease. it forced the hospital to close the nicu again. the hospital thought the water systems were to blame. >> they bring this intense focus that says we thought we knew the cause and we treated, but we need to look back and consider other possible causes. >> hospital staff said that two
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bacteria. we are coming up on 6:07 and seconds before disaster, what new surveillance video is revealing about a deadly bush crash in baltimore and the driver's history behind the wheel. a controversial case could
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a former university of virginia dean could be getting a big payday from rolling stone magazine. this comes as the jury ruled that the magazine, it's publisher and reporter defamed the university. the article gave the account of a woman identified as jackie who
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fraternity brothers. police found no evidence to back up the claims. on monday the jury will determine the award. an award for information about a sexual assault in virginia has gone up. stafford county sheriff's office releasing this picture this week. it resembles the man they say crashed his suv into a young woman's car and assaulted her for hours. the reward for information is up to $2,500. we're getting our first look at new surveillance video of moments before the deadly bus crash in baltimore this past week. a school bus driver was killed along with five others when the bus crashed into an mta bus. we're learning an accident report shows the driver of the
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crash in 2014. authorities will not answer specific questions about the driver's health history, but say they're looking into it as part of the investigation. you might want to pick up the sweat pants instead of the shorts if you're going for a run this morning. tom is tracking your fitness forecast and what to expect in the day ahead. she rode her bike cross country and then it was swiped in d.c. we'll show you how northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. comstock and trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared
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good morning. a perfect day to get some outdoor exercise, maybe get in a run, a hike, a brisk walk, a bike ride as we will have temperatures getting more tolerable. we're cold now, but by mid morning low 50s and climbing into the low 60s and by a light breeze with highs reaching the upper 60s by mid afternoon. a cool dry pattern for the next several days is coming in a couple of minutes. that's some harsh weather in texas. hail pum believing el passo
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part of a major interstate had to be shut down for a short time, but no major damage reported. this is a case of bike theft in d.c. the owner rode her bike here from california. >> and a trip that took a detour when someone stole her bike. >> reporter: these are pictures from sandra's trip of in april she and her aunt flew to los angeles and rode across the u.s. in june having finally made it to d.c. their bikes were stolen. they locked them up at the metro station before heading to the zoo. we spoke to jackie by skype. >> we are not used to -- well, the bikes get stolen so easily
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which was kind of stupid. >> they were determined to finish their cross country trip and they needed help with getting equipment and bicycles ready to finish the ride. >> reporter: silver bikes connected them with stolen bike finding website bike index. >> how quickly they're able to recover bicycles. >> reporter: chris owen got involved and last month spotted a bike and called police. seller noted it. the bicycle retails for $1,200 and it was being for 300. >> reporter: metro transit police set up a sting. >> our detectives researched another further and we made a contact with the individual who identified himself as jay, made a deal and met him and arrested him. >> reporter: this is the bike. it's about to be shipped back to sandra in switzerland.
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amazing. >> reporter: her new friends in d.c. have promised to keep an eye out for the second stolen bike. all involved see this as a reminder that a good-quality bike lock is the best prevention. metro says urging people to use a stronger bike lock appears to have results as bike thefts went down by 10% last year. community health fair is taking place in alexandria. it's for uninsured adults and children. >> we have a population in this city and that's a population that we're trying to reach out to, incorporate and then also to enhance their quality of life.
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it kicks off from 9:00 this morning and run until 4:30 this afternoon. it's at george washington middle school at mount vernon avenue. you'll notice special uniforms at tonight's capital's game here at home. during warmups the team will wear jerseys that have the names of a make a wish child on the back. on friday those kids, they got a chance to meet the players and skate with them on the ice. >> it's great. obviously those kids are in a tough position and they fight through it, so it's great to see them. >> it's so amazing. personally i'm a huge cats fan and i'm very grateful for everyone making it happen. >> very well spoken.
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this raises awareness for cancer and research. we're used to seeing the pink jerseys, but i like this take too. what a cool cause. >> what a great event. >> and how happy the kids are. feeling the hockey chill in the air this morning. >> good weather for ice skating. it's at or below freezing now in many areas right now in virginia it is down into the low 30s. we do have a frost advisory. all these cie 10:00 this among. it includes prince william and stafford county. if you do still have any house plants out on the front porch or deck, bring them in as frost will be likely with those temperatures holding steady for another couple of hours. right now it's down in the mid 40s in the metro area, but
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we do have clear skies and we're going to be chilly and dry throughout the day. by 10:00 mid 50s. by 6:00 we'll be in the low 60s, so a terrific day coming up. beautiful autumn weather with a beautiful clear sky and there's a big area of high pressure over the entire eastern half of the country. gorgeous day tomorrow. we'll have sunshine on sunday. we fall over or fall back we will have our temperatures down into the 40s tomorrow morning with that one hour earlier sun rise on sunday. sun rise 6:41 and sunset at 5:02
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foliage viewing today or getting outdoor exercise and then on monday back to work and school, 40s in the morning and low 60s in the afternoon. on election day mid 60s during the afternoon, chilly in the morning, dry and sunny. a lot of clouds and upper 60s, staying dry through friday and next weekend will be chilly with highs in the 50s. cell phones catching fire machines. the new problem
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a big motorcycle ride happening, first annual give five drive on saturday this weekend. starting there in laurel. the ride starts at noon. some of the festivities start early, but they'll ride to the baltimore memorial so you might see a bunch of motorcyclists out. in northern virginia on saturday an anti-drunk driving event so they do have a small road closure there for thator right in front of the apartments. on sunday longevity sunday, november 6th, doug will be out there for that at the washington monument there. they have some street closures in the area because of the volume. some of those may changed this weekend. also on sunday going to have some road closures there as well for the race to end women's cancer on sunday. closures start around 4:00 a.m.
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we're talking about the 11,300 pennsylvania avenue blocks. new jersey chris christie is staying off trump's campaign trail today because of the bridgegate scandal. two people shut down the bridge to punish a support christie. christie has denied knowing about that plot. look at this video right here. what do you think that is? >> i don't know. >> it used to be a parking lot. that's in philadelphia. cars were caught underwater when a 48-inch water main erupted. it's a large strip mall. dozens of vehicles dropped there
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firefighters had to rescue shoppers caught off guard. >> it takes us back to river road a few years ago. laundry for some folks with a new samsung washing machine could be dangerous. federal safety officials issuing the recall for nearly 3 million samsung machines. the photos and video show the danger right there. top loading washing machines torn apart mid wash. scarey. so far there have be 700 complaints and nine reports of people getting hurt. >> i've never seen anything like it. it's like a bomb went off inside the washing machines. >> i'm concerned somebody is going to be near one of these machines and get killed by it. >> samsung will give customers a repair kit or rebate to purchase a new washer. we are off to a cool start, but that's not going to last too
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expect hour-by-hour this weekend. an nbc news exclusive, keeping your vote secure. how government hackers are ready to hit back against russia in a cyber war if the election
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the search continues for a
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in ash burn, virginia. police found the man stabbed and a second man stabbed to death lying face down in a nearby creek. if you want to cast an early ballot in virginia for the presidential election, today is the final day for in-person absentee voting. polling sites open at 8:30 a.m. in arlington coty county will open at 9:00 a.m. parents are invited to a student safety planning today. free child care and breakfast will be provided. welcome this morning. you can almost feel it. we're almost past the election. >> almost. yeah, just three more days, but nothing surprises me at this
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wild. after last weekend with the craziness with halloween i think everyone this weekend is ready to calm down, relax, have a little let down and enjoy the view. it's going to be a nice saturday. >> tom, folks are going to need a couple of layers this morning. >> yes. it's quiet and tranquil but it is cold. into the afternoon and the rest of the morning for the and rural areas, staying in the upper 30s and by 9:00 hitting the 40s and quickly jumping into the 50s by noon time and climbing into the low 60s. what to wear? you'll need a warm coat this morning. comfortable in short sleeves this afternoon as we hit the upper 60s. you'll need your sunglasses and bring out the jacket for it evening. a look at the fall foliage
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we'll check in with you then. concerns over cyber attacks in the election, the u.s. is standing by to retaliate. we look at the preparations for cyber warfare. >> reporter: nbc news can report the existence of top secret cyber weapons the united states has had in place to take action against the russians. documents the u.s. has penetrated the russian control systems in key areas, including telecommunications, the electrical power grid and even inside the kremlin. >> we are significantly better on the offensive side than any of our opponents, but they're catching up quickly. >> reporter: how to use these 21st century weapons, colonel
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for cyber command. >> this is one of the things we struggle with. >> reporter: so cyber war, if i can use that phrase, is really still the wild wild west. >> cyber war is undefined. >> reporter: but the weapons of cyber war are clear. the u.s. employed one in 2003 during the first wave of the war in iraq. temporarily turning over the power grid in >> the techniques you use for ease pea najim is the same as a cyber attack. >> reporter: some argue taking action could lead to dangerous escalation. >> i would argue at this point, given what we have already seen from russia, we have hit the point of requiring a response,
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>> you can catch up with the latest on the upcoming election on "meet the press." it airs at 10:30 tomorrow morning. united states and jordan officials investigating the death of three u.s. services members outside southern jordan. shots were fired as the car carrying the jordan is a key ally in the fight against isis. an nypd police sergeant was killed in a shoot out. another sergeant was also shot. he's in stable condition last check. the two were responding to a home invasion in the bronx. the armed man held a family
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out and call police. once they arrived, the shootout began and the rookie officer took down the gunman. a man will spend 25 years in prison for operating a sex ring. a judge sentenced the man on friday and his girlfriend and mother of his two children were charged. women testified he make money or not see her baby. we're waiting to learn more about a man who was hit by a csx train yesterday afternoon. he suffered injuries below his hips. it happened after the start of the afternoon rush. police don't know why the man was on the tracks. developing now, a woman held captive and a body found nearby, the danger she was able to escape and the mystery
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and attacked by a dog, the new action being taken and how one
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i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. ons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours. that's what we need in congress to get it working again. and that's why i approve this message and respectfully ask
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you think you would notice your pig was gone. he's 200 pounds. >> some to wrangle in a squealing suspect. cameras showing daytona police beach trying to detain the pig. the officer and motorists helped keep the pig off the highway until animal control arrived, but they realized the pig was too big for the truck so they had to wait for a sheriff's
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society. you may want to keep that garage door opener hidden inside your car. d.c. police have seen a jump in crimes where crooks are breaking into cars and using the remote control to get into the homes. it's been happening in the cleveland park neighborhood. police urging folks to take their openers with them when they park their cars.
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northern virginia, on the issues, barbara comstock and donald trump are the same. trump promote deportation and reject any comprehensive immigration reform. both oppose background checks that keep guns from suspected terrorists. and comstock-trump were prepared to shut down the government just for politics. time for luann bennett: comprehensive immigration reform now. common sense gun safety laws. bennett tells congress: do your job. i'm luann bennett and i approve this message. i'm luann bennett
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out in the mountains we are past peak, but gorgeous color much of the region. i took this photo yesterday in northern montgomery county. post your picks on social media and we'll share. big changes on the way. the outlook in a few minutes. the "today" show is next. >> let's get a preview now. hey, guys. what's you working on? >> we have a lot coming up this saturday morning. withee election hillary clinton calling on major power calling out beyonce and donald trump crossing the country in the last few days. getting your house ready for the cold winter that lies ahead. george to the rescue has some great ideas for what you can do today to prepare your house for winter. speaking of preparation, becoming a first time mom can be
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what to do and dylan is among them. we'll bring in an expert to help her with her new baby boy. those stories and more. >> sounds great. have a great morning. 6:44. a major draw to the ballot is the controversial proposed meal tax. this would add an additional 4% to prepared foods. among those who's support for it dr. garza. garza looks back at her accomplishments and what's ahead. >> so i'm looking back to the first interview i did with you which was the first day of school 2013 and i was running through a list of things that were big topics at the time. one of the issues has to do with teacher workload.
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transition. >> three and a half years garza and the board have given raises and worked to ease stress and changed start times. >> we have accomplished a lot of those things, some of them are still a work in progress. >> since taking over teachers feel she's been their advocate. >> i felt like i connected to our teachers and i think at heart i'm a classroom teacher. i love to be in our schools. >> in her time she's faced massive budget short gaps. this past year she refused to make more cuts. the controversial meal tax on the ballots is crucial. >> we're not paying our teachers the market average and clearly our teachers are well above the average in what they're able to accomplish with children. it's hard to leave a place that you've grown to love. >> she's headed to ohio to work
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job and yet there's still a contract with the county? >> no. that had nothing to do with this decision. the kids contract it's nominal given our budget is not that much money. >> despite a brand new contract in july, she said this opportunity was too good to pass up. >> i'm confident that the great work that that will be maintained and there's much good ahead. >> garza leaves her position next month. the deputy will serve as the interim superintendent. the short for a replacement begins shortly. cincinnati police releasing video of an alleged assault
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surveillance video showing a woman beating her daughter's bus driver last month. the incident happened in front of a bus full of kids on their way to school. she was upset because her daughter was not being allowed to board the bus late. the driver has been placed on light duty as she continues to recover. the mom is set to go back to court next week. two officers are suspended after video is released showing a vicious a police officer and attacked by a k-9. the victim was in the hospital for two weeks recovering from injuries. police apologized for that incident. developing in south carolina right now, the search is on the way for more victims on the compound of a registered sex offender facing charges.
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a missing woman alive. tom has been charged with kidnapping brown. brown was found this week locked inside a metal storage container. she said he shot her boyfriend and there could be at least four other bodies buried on the property. >> she's emotional to say the least when she was found, especially when she was chained like a dog. she had a chain around her neck. >> it's awful. the body discovered yesterday has not been identified. prosecutors expect that more charges to be coming. the numbers here for this next story troubling. 75 pedestrians and bicyclists killed on our roads last year alone. >> this is a powerful image. shoes were put on display friday to remind people to be street smart when it comes to pedestrian safety. we learn how an area group wants
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>> 7th avenue, walk sign is on. >> reporter: there's a crosswalk now on southern avenue. there is a signal, there are signs, but some cars still don't stop. this woman is afraid she and her daughters could get hit. >> i've had them so close to me. they won't stop, even if you got kids. >> reporter: the crosswalk went in after two women were hit and killed trying to get across the physicians assistant was leaving work at umc. in the hospital parking lot officials from across the dmv launched this call street smart campaign to beg drivers, pedestrians and bicyclists to follow the rules of the road. >> how are you as an individual going to feel god forbid you take a life because you're texting? >> reporter: it could be your
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75 pairs of shoes at the press conference represent the 75 pedestrians and bicyclists hit and killed in our area last year. this is umc's chief operating officer. >> i think education, education, education. that's what changes things. and empathy. >> reporter: albert has to get to his appointments and he can't move fast, he wishes everyone else would slow down too. >> i'm trying to rush off the public transportation as best i can. >> a powerful image for sure. >> yeah. it definitely gives you new perspective to see that lined up. talking about getting outside today, we're in for a nice saturday. >> it's going to be gorgeous and i predict traffic jams on skyline drive as everyone will
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the washington app. right now around our region we've got frost. yes, a freezing cold start this morning. those counties in blue are likely getting frost right now. that includes prince william county, stafford county and other counties further south and west of the metro area where it will hover in the low to mid 30s for another couple of hours. temperatures elsewhere are in the near 30s. right now the bay low to mid 40s. throughout the day, bright sunshine. a sparkling autumn day. we'll be into the mid 60s by 2:00 and briefly upper 60s around 3:00 or 4:00. staying clear into the evening hours and back into the mid 50s. dry weather over the eastern half of the country and dry on
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the ten-day outlook, another gorgeous day tomorrow. we'll have the one hour earlier sun rise after you fall back tonight. the sunset tomorrow will be at 5:02, before then reaching the mid 60ss. for election day we'll have afternoon highs in the mid 60s around much of the region and the temperatures will stay there for the afternoon hours. cool, though, in the sunshine. great voting weather on tuesday. on wednesday the upper 60s and friday starts getting chilly, chilly next weekend and remaining dry. >> you said we get another hour of sleep this weekend? >> that's right. tonight. >> make sure to set your clocks back before you go to bed tonight, but coming up we'll tell you how experts recommend you make the most of that extra hour and that doesn't include
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indians. you will not want to miss tonight's show. lots of good stuff coming up tonight. it's that time again. daylight saving time. a reminder that we're going to fall back at 2:00 in the morning tomorrow. there's more you should do than set your clocks back an hour. to make the most of that bonus hour, sleep experts are saying do not sleep in tomorrow morning. try to get up and get moving as soon as you are awake so you don't interrupt natural sleep cycle and try to get your entire household on a similar schedule. doctors say these moves can help keep you from feeling more tired in the long run. >> i think 90% of people are saying they're sleeping in. four things to know, a neighborhood on edge after one man is dead and another in critical condition following a stabbing in ashburn. police are still looking for a suspect. crowds are expected in
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hillary clinton and donald trump making their final campaign stops before election day. both candidates going to spend time in florida before heading to other events across the country. a community summit kicks off this morning at 10:00 a.m. the subject is school safety and accountability. it's happening at the middle school in mitchellville. a great weekend coming up. awesome weather with highs in mid 60ss tomorrow. enjoy. that does it. that does it. we'll be back in 2 5 i'm luann bennett. over my 35 years living in northern virginia, i've learned a lot. how to raise three sons and build a successful business after my husband passed away. how to bring people together, set positive goals, and get things done. that's what we do in a diverse and inclusive community like ours.
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good morning. three days to go. time running out for hillary clinton and donald trump to make their cases to the american people. clinton using serious star power. ?? the help. he's happy to go it alon >> i didn't have to bring jlo or jay-z. >> both using different strategies for the campaign trail. grisly find. the police find a body on the property of the man accused of kidnapping and chaining a woman


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